Hinesburg—Bill Lippert won the Democratic primary Tuesday for the Vermont House District 4-2,
topping first time candidate Christina Deeley 723 to 451.
The Town Forestry Committee received over a hundred emails concerning forest closure for hunting season. Usually without any public attendance, the meeting had an all time high of twelve Hinesburg residents joining the committee members.
Sitting on her porch petting her three legged hound dog named Georgie, Reilly reflected on the Democratic convention where President Barack Obama was nominated where her work focused on her ability to write.
On July 15, the Hinesburg Select Board gathered over Zoom to discuss the importance of wearing masks in public. Their objectives: to protect people’s health and to support local businesses.
Hinesburg’s Kevin Willard listed his house last fall with no offers. This spring it was a different story.
This year has been anything but standard—the same goes for Trillium Farm.
“Take what you need. Leave what you can.” Their motto is simple, but the idea behind Hinesburg’s Little Free Pantry has big implications for the community, especially as locals fight the difficulties wrought by COVID-19.
It all started June 9 with a simple post on Front Porch Forum. Spear asked families for their food scraps to feed her two pigs and sure enough, Creekside Community resident Ute Talley answered the call.
The Hinesburg Drop-Off Center will open in mid-July, said CSWD Outreach and Communictions Director Michele Morris.
“It was about more than the cows.” said Tom Ayer, superintendent of Cedar Knoll Country Club, as he looked out at where it all started – hole ten.